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Colchester & Ipswich Hospitals Charity

Advancing Laparoscopy Surgical Skills

The Iceni Centre at Colchester Hospital wants to buy an advanced VR laparoscopy training equipment. Students who have had training on this type of equipment are more proficient and their patients have better outcomes.
Charity Registration No: 1048827

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The advantages to patients of advanced laparoscopic surgery at first hand: Cancer survivor Nathan Suppiah who returned to work 7 days following major surgery using laparoscopic techniques believes advancing keyhole surgery skills is the way forward: at the end of the day you want to get your life back as quickly as possible and keyhole surgery makes this possible.

Sports enthusiast Matthew Ager who had keyhole surgery following a football tackle that tore his cartilage was discharged from hospital within hours of his operation football with my mates is my social life and thanks to keyhole surgery I was back on the pitch and enjoying a pint after the game in no time.

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Colchester & Ipswich Hospitals Charity
Colchester & Ipswich Hospitals Charity

We raise money to improve facilities, fund new equipment, provide important additional services, support staff development and initiate local medical research and innovative projects at The East Suffolk & North Essex NHS Foundation Trust. Please mention the hospital department you are supporting.

Charity Registration No: 1048827

http://www.colchesteripswichcharity.org.uk

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Advancing Laparoscopy Surgical Skills

Colchester & Ipswich Hospitals Charity